Myths about Osteoporosis


“If we are creating ourselves all the time, then it is never too late to begin creating the bodies
we want instead of the ones
we mistakenly assume
we are stuck with.”
Deepak Chopra

We’ve heard a lot in the media lately about the rise in osteoporosis and how this disorder is affecting more women than ever before. There are ads on TV and in magazines, warning us that we might be losing bone and recommending that we ask our doctors about this drug or that one to stop the process. If you’re like many of the women, you’re probably wondering. Are my bones really breaking down? And is medication the only way to stop it from happening?

The answers floating around out there are confusing and sometimes untrue, making an already overwhelming situation seem that much worse. It’s true that osteoporosis is affecting many people. An estimated ten million people in the United States have osteoporosis, and another 34 million are at high risk for the condition due to low bone density. But osteoporosis is often portrayed as a problem that simply “arrives” in your body without clear causes, and this is not the case. There are many known factors that can lead to osteoporosis, but the great news is that osteoporosis can be treated, and even significantly reversed, with a natural approach.

Women have maintained healthy bone for centuries without prescription medication. There are lots of changes you can make to naturally improve your current bone health and prevent future bone loss without using expensive medications for the rest of your life. If you’ve been confused about osteoporosis, don’t be discouraged. Let’s take the first step in preventing, halting, and reversing osteoporosis by clearing up the facts.

In this program you’ll learn 9 myths

about osteoporosis which totally change

your view on this disease.